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Meet NJ (CAS'23), a computer science major determined to help beginners and professionals more easily learn computer science concepts with his venture, CompSciLib.
Anindita Lal is working to pass on the tradition of Madhubani, an art form from northern India that is significant to female empowerment.
A team of rising sophomores is building a FinTech platform to optimize stock trading.
Junia Janvier and her team are on a mission to foster a sisterhood for young womxn of color that is grounded in academic achievement and advocacy.
Ethan Brown knows that environmental news can be overwhelming. That's where The Sweaty Penguin podcast comes in.
Their small team has been able to tackle some of the CDC's "Biggest Threats".
Victoria González Canalle (ENG'23) is using a family recipe to support teachers in Venezuela and across South America.
In eighth grade, Eric asked a teacher if he could create a video instead of a PowerPoint. From there, everything changed.
Easy, affordable parking in Boston? Good luck. But maybe it's about to get a little easier with the help of Parkaze, a parking spot rental app.
By combining his healthcare expertise and MBA, Saeid Gholami is aiming to empower patients with his startup and platform iCareBetter.
Amy Cohen (COM'18) is taking the entrepreneurial steps to "create a sustainable career out of music as an artist or songwriter".
Jennifer Miller (COM'17) is turning her thesis project into a new venture, with the help of LA resources.
Despite different journeys into the industry–business school for John and a medical track for Mike–the two alumni are combining their marketing and filmmaking experience to launch M&J Brandvox.
Ameera Hammouda's (Questrom'18) started with a dormroom studio. Now, she's selling out her handcrafted jewelry at pop-up markets.
After watching video game addictions impact those around her, Kruti Kanojia (Questrom'20) sets out to create a modern and effective therapy.
Josephine Amusa (CAS'18) started her blog, Black Girl Navigates, as a response to the vulnerability she felt while studying abroad in Spain. Now, Josephine is preparing to reboot the blog to speak to young adults just starting out in their careers.
When she's not busy being a BU student or writing poetry, Yasmin Morais (CAS'19) (middle) serves as Executive Director of RefEd, an education platform for refugee children.
From Long Island to Boston, Celina Saffioti combines business and baking to launch Cee uS Foods.
Before launching LexRx in 2015, Alexa Nicholls Costa, NP (SAR '10) studied health sciences at Sargent College earned Master of Science in Nursing from Regis College. Now, she and her co-founder are combining their expertise and strong branding to grow their boutique dermatology practice. INNOVATE@BU: Tell us a little about your venture, LexRx: ALEXA NICHOLLS: […]